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BARTLETT POLICE DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY - DIAL 911
RR 1, Box 49, town Hall Rd., Intervale, NH 03845
OFFICE HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8AM - 4PM
Non-emergency (603) 356-5868
Please note: This office does not dispatch police officers. Emergency calls should be made by dialing 911. All other calls for assistance should be directed to 1 -800-552-8960.
Police Services: Dog complaints, notifications of owners being away, pistol permits,  and other general police matters.

 

 

BARTLETT POLICE DEPARTMENT

ANNUAL REPORT 2009
View the 2009 report HERE

 

 

 

 

 

BARTLETT POLICE DEPARTMENT

ANNUAL REPORT 2007

2007 was a relatively uneventful year for the Bartlett Police Department, though we were kept steadily busy. As our town grows, so do our calls for service. Winter saw the usual spate of weather-related motor vehicle accidents, including our only fatal accident for the year, and vandalism and petty thefts seemed to be more prevalent during the warmer months. We are at a full com­plement of officers with the addition of full-time officer Suzanne Scott and part-time officer Ed Conley. Officer Scott is currently attending the 145th session of the New Hampshire Police Academy and Officer Conley graduated the 25 1st Basic Part-Time Academy in November. We are very happy to have both officers as members of our force. If you see them around town, stop say hello.
 

The department received an additional US Department of Homeland Security Buffer Zone Protection grant in 2007 for $594, which enabled us to purchase new batteries for our portable radios. We thank Homeland Security for their continued support. Our new repeater, purchased with a 2006 grant, is up and running and was turned over to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department to be covered under their licensing umbrella.
 

In March, we took delivery of a new 2006 Chevy Impala cruiser which replaced an aging Crown Victoria. The UNH Project 54 staff once again outfitted the new cruiser with state-of-the-art equipment, and we are indebted to them for their continued generosity.
 

The police would also like to publicly thank the Bartlett/Glen Fire Department, Bartlett/Jackson Ambulance and Bartlett town road crews who continue to do an outstanding job serving the needs of the Bartlett community. The dedicated members of these departments are always there when we need them and we couldn’t protect our townsfolk and visitors the way we do without their help and assistance.
 

Also deserving of thanks are the Board of Selectmen and the town’s adminis­trative staff. Year after year we are supported by these fine people and we would like to take this opportunity to publicly acknowledge them.
 

In 2007 we again collaborated with the Josiah Bartlett Elementary School on the Thursday afternoon ski program and the “Project Alert” substance abuse curriculum and thank the administration and staff at JBFS for their continued support.
 

We look forward to serving the community of Bartlett in 2008.
 

Respectfully submitted, TIMOTHY 1. CONNIFEY

Chief of Police

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BARTLETT POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL REPORT 2011 

As in past years, the economic downturn continues to be a major contributing factor to the number of burglaries and thefts the department dealt with during 2011. Investigative work resulted in several arrests, putting a dent in local crime rings, but unfortunately it does not deter people who are willing to turn to ille­ gal ways of providing for themselves.  The ever-growing number  of second homes in the area which sit unoccupied for much of the time, are becoming a popular target for dishonest  people and we encourage neighbors to look out for each other and to be aware of, and report, any unusual or suspicious activities they see. In one instance this year, images from an inexpensive motion-activated infrared surveillance camera proved to be a great asset in solving one of our burglaries, and we would support homeowners' consideration of installing this type of security device.

The year's true big story was a natural  disaster  by the name  of Hurricane Irene.    While causing  enormous   damage  and  devastation,   this  event  also brought out the best in people and made us all realize and appreciate  what a wonderful little town we live in.  The deluge of floodwaters was nothing com­ pared to the deluge of offers to help that came flooding in (no pun intended) from local establishments  and organizations once the full extent of the damage became evident. Day after day, everyone involved with the clean-up  process were the appreciative recipients of an abundance of delicious food provided by local restaurants. And it was not only food, but also offers to share commercial refrigerator/freezer space with people forced from their home and offers of free Internet to access bank accounts, etc. While it is tempting to name names, the offers of help were so great that it would be too easy to inadvertently miss some­ one. You know who you are; we know who you are; the townsfolk know who you are and we all thank you.

 We were sorry to lose the services of Officers Ed Conley and Ryan True during 2011. Officer Conley left to join the Carroll County Sheriff's Office and Officer True is now based  with Conway Police Department. We will miss them  in Bartlett, but wish them well in their new positions. Officer George Cole completed training at the 259th Part-Time Academy on May 6, 2011 and is now on our part-time  roster. He is joined by former Tuftonboro officer Jamie-Lynn Shackford, along with old- timer Officer Mitch Gave, who has been a Bartlett fixture on-and-offfor many years. We are happy to have them on board and invite you to stop and make yourself known if you see them out on patrol.

Protection of our officers was greatly enhanced  this year due to a very generous donation of $3,000 from Attitash. This donation  enabled the department to purchase new ballistic vests through a 50/50 reimbursement program offered by the Department of Justice. We would like to publically thank Attitash for their generosity.

As in previous  years, our involvement  with the Josiah Bartlett   Elementary School's ski program  arid the "Project Alert" substance abuse curriculum con­ tinues. Our thanks goes out to the administration and staff at JBES for their con­ tinued support.

We couldn't  do what we do without the dedication and support of the Bartlett/Glen Fire Department, Bartlett/Jackson Ambulance,  DOT, and Bartlett town road crews who are always there when we need them and always do such a tremendous  job. Their tireless  efforts during  Hurricane  Irene  went  far and beyond the call of duty. I would also like to acknowledge the important involvement  of the Selectmen  and  the  town's  administrative staff during  Hurricane Irene. The Selectmen  were out in the field with everyone else, sleeves rolled up, and working hard  to assist with the clean-up  efforts. Behind the scenes,  they and the ladies in the office dealt with a myriad of paperwork  and bureaucratic red tape as they secured financing  and help to enable storm victims to rebuild their lives. We can 't thank you enough.

We look forward to serving the community of Bartlett in 2012. 

Respectfully submitted, TIMOTHY J. CONNIFEY Chief of Police

Town of Bartlett, NH Intimidation  ..... . . . .. . .. . .. .. . .. ..5
POLICE ACTIVITY REPORT 2011 Juvenile Complaint  . .. . . . .. . .. .. . .. .9
911 Hang-ups . . ...... . . .. .. .. . . .. .56 Juvenile Child Abuse . ... . . ... . . ... . .1
Abandoned or Suspicious Vehicles ..31 Larceny  . . .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. . .. . . .. .16
Administrative  . .. . . . . . .. .. . .. . . . . .27 Lost or Mutilated Plates . . . . . . .. . ....2
Alarms  . .... . .. . .... .. . . . . . .. . ...218 Medical Aid .. . . . . ... . .. . . .. ... . .. .79
Animal Complaints .. . .. .. . . .. . . . ..63 Missing/Lost Person . . . . ... . ........8
Assaults  . ... .. .. .. . .. . . ...... . . . ..13 Motor Vehicle Accidents  . .... ... . .115
Arrests  .. . . . .. .. .. . .... .. . .. . .. . ..24 Motor Vehicle Complaint  .. .. ... . . .73
Arson  .. . . .. . .. . ... . ...... . .. . .. .. . 1 Motor Vehicle Record Check  .. .. ..164
Assist Citizen  . . . . . .. .. .. . .. . . ... . .45 Motor Vehicle Stops . . . . .. .. .... . .280
Assist Motorist  ..... . ....... . ... . . .38 Noise Complaints  .. .. . .. .. . .. . ....55
Bad Checks . . .. .. . ... . . .. . .. . .... . .2 OHRV Complaints . ........ . . . ... . . 11
Be-on-Lookout ......... ... .. ..... . .7 Operating Without a Valid License . ..2
Building Checks . .. .. .. . .. .... . .. . .60 Police Information   ......... . ... ... .8
Burglary . .. . . . . .. .. .... . ..........23 Possession of a Controll ed Drug  . .. ..1
Criminal Mischief ... . .. . .. . .... . . .22 Repossession- Motor Vehicle  . . . ... .2
Calls for Service ..... . ........... .772 Road Hazard . .. ... . ... .. ... . .. .. ..63
Civil Standby   . . . ... . ..... . . . . . . .. .17 Runaway  .. . ..... .. ... ... .. .. . .. . . .1
Criminal Records Checks  . ... .. . .. .23 Search Warrants . .. . . . .. .... . . .. ....2
Criminal Threatening  .. .............9 Serve Restraining Order/Civil
Custody Complaint  . .. . .. .. . .. ..... .1 Paperwork, etc. . . . ... . .. ... . . . .. .74
Criminal Trespass  ... . .... ..........3 Sex Offenses  . .. ........... . .0        •••     3
Department Assist ... ... ... . ... . .. .12 Sex Offender Registration  .. .. . . . .. ..9
Directions  . . . . .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. . . .. .30 Suicide ...... . ..... . . . . .. ...... ....1
Disabled Vehicle . . . .. 0   ••    ••    ••    •• 31 Suicide Threat  . ... . . ... .. ... . .. . . . .3
Disturbance   .. . .. .... ... . . .. .. .. ..45 Suspended  Registration  . . . ... ... ....2
Domestic-related  disturbances . ... .29 Suspicious Activity . ... . ... . . . .... .47
Driving While Intoxicated  ...... . . . . .4 Theft (all others)  . .... . .. .. . . .. ....26
Drug/Narcotic Violation  ... ... .. .. . .2 Theft by Unauthorized  Taking
Escorts .. .... . . . . . . ....... . .. .. . . .58 (Fraud)   . ... ... . .. .. . . . . .. ... ... . .2
False Pretenses/Swindle   . . .. . ... . .. .3 Theft from Building  . . . . . . . . .... .. .10
Family Offenses, Non-Violent  . .. . ...9 Theft from Motor Vehicle  .. .. . .. ... .5
Felonious Sexual Assault . . .. .. .. . .. .2 Theft of Motor Vehicle .. ..... . ... . ..2
Fire-Related, Firework Complaints, Theft of Services .. . .. . . . .... .. .. .. ..6
Downed Wires . ..... . . . . . .. . ....138 Transport Adult . . . . ..... .. ... .. . ..11
Flooding  .. . . . ... . .0     •• 0   •• 0   •• 0            47 Trespass of Real Property  ... . . . . ....2
Follow-up  .. .. . .. .. . .. . ... . . . . ...123 Unlawful Possession of Alcohol ... . . .4
Forgery ........... . .. .. .. . ..... . . ..1 Untimely or Unattended Death ... . . .4
Found/Lost Property  . . .. . . . .... . ..25 Unwanted Person  . ... . . . .. .. .. . .. . .8
Fraudulent Use of Credit Card .... . . .2 Vandalism .... . ... .. . . . . . . ... . . . . .19
Harassing Phone Calls .. .. .... ... .. .5 Vehicle Identification  checks  . . . . ...15
Harassment . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . . .... . . . .3 Violation of Restraining Order  . . .... .7
Illegal dumping  .. . . . 0   •• 0   ••• •• 0   •••   1 Warnings .............. .. ... .. .. ..31
  Warrant check  . . .. 0     •• 0       0  ••••••• 19
  Welfare Checks    . ... . ... .. .. . .....69
  Wire Fraud  . .... . . . . 0         •••   •••    ••• 2